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Midtown Church

A community of Jesus Christ's followers who strive, through the power of the Holy Spirit, to love God and the diverse people of St. Louis, for the flourishing of our city and the glory of God.

Grace Presbyterian Fellowship

We are Grace Presbyterian Fellowship, a Christian ministry new to the Farmington MO area. We're not yet holding worship services. We’re in the growing stages of ministry, reaching out to others with whom we may grow into friendship, community, and by God’s will one day to worship. We meet on Tuesdays at 6:30 for Bible study, conversation, and fellowship.

Redeemer Presbyterian Church

In the Bible, the Church is sometimes referred to as “the household of faith”, and the Lord has called Redeemer to be a local expression of this body and genuinely to love one another.

New Creation Presbyterian Church

The mission of New Creation Presbyterian Church is to be a community where people experience the mercy and compassion of God as they grow to actively participate in God's work of transforming lives, families, neighborhoods and the world.

New Life Presbyterian

Empowered by the Triune God, New Life Presbyterian Church exists to unite people to grow in the Word, community, and prayer to be commissioned as disciples.

Covenant Presbyterian Church

We desire to be a community rooted in God’s grace and reaching out with God’s love. In a phrase - Deep roots. Wide reach.

Memorial Presbyterian Church

Whatever you've done, wherever you've been, whatever you've become, Memorial is a safe place to be a sinner loved by Jesus. Next door to Washington University in the heart of St. Louis, we speak with different accents, come from different backgrounds, have differing political perspectives and are in different stages of life. What we share in common is Jesus. He loves the weak, the damaged and the broken. And that's us. The gospel is everything.

Crossroads Presbyterian Fellowship

Crossroads Presbyterian Fellowship was planted by Covenant Presbyterian Church in February, 2003 by Andrew Vander Maas who was an Assosciate Pastor of Covenant at the time. Crossroads began with the goal of bringing the Gospel in word and deed to the mid-county region of St. Louis, centering on the Maplewood/Richmond Heights area. The initial plant began with a group of about 60 core members, and the church became particularized in April of 2005.

Heritage Presbyterian Church

Heritage Presbyterian Church is a family of families located in West St. Louis County in Wildwood, Missouri. Visible from Highway 109, the building is just a short drive from Ellisville, Eureka, Pacific, and Six Flags. Every guest is welcome as we share the timeless and meaningful promises from God's Word.

South City Church

South City Church is an uncommon family, in the city, united by the gospel of Jesus. Our congregation was planted in 2005 with the desire to see God build his church—weaving together His people into His story of grace and redemption—and then to use that church to transform his city from a city divided by racism, suspicion, bigotry, and self-righteousness into a city of worshipers—transformed by the glories of Jesus Christ